Data and Information Systems Manager
- Would you like to contribute to conservation and management of the Antarctic?
- Are you able to lead the development of data management systems and IT for an international organization?
- Enjoy a competitive salary, generous annual leave, international engagement and be a part of an established global organisation
- Relocation assistance available!
The Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR), an intergovernmental organisation with its Secretariat headquartered in Hobart, Tasmania invites applications for the position of Data and Information Systems Manager.
We are looking for an experienced data systems manager able to guide the development of the Commission's data management system and its scientific Data Centre. In addition to your technical skills in database development and data architecture design, you will have some experience with providing oversight of IT delivery for small organisations. This exciting position will lead the development and maintenance of the specialised scientific and technical databases and IT Infrastructure at the CCAMLR Secretariat, supporting the work of the 26 Member countries of the international Convention as they conserve and manage fishing in the waters around Antarctica.
What does it take to impress us?
You'll have a tertiary qualification in a relevant scientific or information systems discipline, and experience leading small dynamic teams responsible for scientific and technical data management and provision of IT services. You will also be passionate about contributing your skills to improving environmental management.
And how can we impress you?
A promise that you'll be working in an exciting organisation that has a global impact.
Plus, a salary package of A$110-$130k net (dependent on experience), international relocation to Hobart and generous annual leave; just a few of the benefits you could experience! The successful candidate will be sponsored by CCAMLR in obtaining a Diplomatic visa if required.
If you're looking to make your mark in a role where you get to work with people from different cultures and backgrounds and are wanting an adventure, then what are you waiting for?
To apply for this job please see the position description and send your CV along with a cover letter and statement addressing how your skills and experience best meet the requirements of the role. Please address the Essential Criteria in the position description as a minimum.
If you need further information regarding this position please contact Angie McMahon, Human Resources Officer, on + 61 3 6210 1140
Applications close 5pm AEDT 18th December 2019
To be eligible for this role you must be a national of a country which is specifically listed as a Member of CCAMLR - you can review the list here
Four-year contract, renewable for a maximum of a further four years.
CCAMLR promotes equal opportunity, gender equality and cultural, linguistic and ethnic diversity in the workplace.